Mourning Jewelry - All is vanity neckpiece - Victorian Style

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Mourning Jewelry - All is vanity neckpiece - Victorian Style

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$75.00

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Handmade

Materials

faceted beads, chandelier crystal, golden cameo

Mourning Jewelry - All is vanity neckpiece - Victorian Style

This collection is very special to me, as it is inspired not also by the Victorian Era jewelry, but also in myself, in my late feelings. Mourning jewelry existed since Renaissance but was introduced by Queen Victoria I to fashion when Prince Albert of England died in 1861. The court wore mourning attires for years, with paired black jewelry.

This collection is all designed in black, with chandelier crystals, and central cameos introducing latin phrases about life's fleetingness and skull optical illusions.

This piece's central cameo has the famous illustration by Charles Allan Gilbert known as "All is vanity", where a woman looks to herself in her vanity mirror projecting the image of a skull. It is made of faceted crystal beads, golden and black and chandelier black crystals. It ties to your neck with golden chain.

This neckpiece is a statement piece yet very wearable, appropriate for any outfit, vintage inspired or not.

You can read more about the collection here:

More pieces of the collection here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ecraftic?section_id=10310603&ref=shopsection_leftnav_7
More avant-garde adornments here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ecraftic?ref=hdr_shop_menu
Mourning Jewelry - All is vanity neckpiece - Victorian Style

This collection is very special to me, as it is inspired not also by the Victorian Era jewelry, but also in myself, in my late feelings. Mourning jewelry existed since Renaissance but was introduced by Queen Victoria I to fashion when Prince Albert of England died in 1861. The court wore mourning attires for years, with paired black jewelry.

This collection is all designed in black, with chandelier crystals, and central cameos introducing latin phrases about life's fleetingness and skull optical illusions.

This piece's central cameo has the famous illustration by Charles Allan Gilbert known as "All is vanity", where a woman looks to herself in her vanity mirror projecting the image of a skull. It is made of faceted crystal beads, golden and black and chandelier black crystals. It ties to your neck with golden chain.

This neckpiece is a statement piece yet very wearable, appropriate for any outfit, vintage inspired or not.

You can read more about the collection here:

More pieces of the collection here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ecraftic?section_id=10310603&ref=shopsection_leftnav_7
More avant-garde adornments here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ecraftic?ref=hdr_shop_menu

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